More information has come out now about the couple that systematically murdered fourteen people in San Bernardino two days ago. The man, Syed Farook, made more than one trip to Saudi Arabia and also went to Pakistan. It was in Saudi Arabia where he married Tashfeen Malik. Investigators now are leaning toward the idea that she radicalized him.
Their home was a veritable arsenal, a factory for making bombs, etc. They were armed to the hilt, and the investigation seems to reveal that they had bigger plans than what they carried out on that fateful day. We also now know that he had been visiting terrorist websites and probably had contacts with either Al Qaeda or ISIS.
Let’s get serious here. This was a radical Islamist terrorist attack on American soil, and it probably was orchestrated with help from others. They were not a “lone wolf” couple.
Yet the FBI, under constraints from the Obama administration, has not been able to declare it terrorism. The definition of the term has become so narrowed that common sense has been left behind.
Of course, common sense has never been a part of the current administration. Our president will do whatever it takes to deflect blame from the obvious source whenever it involves Islam:
This comes on the heels of reports that those responsible for providing intelligence on the terrorist threat have been playing down the seriousness of what we face. One report, from respected journalist Sharyl Attkisson, reveals that Obama got to the point where he didn’t want to hear any more about it, that he refused to listen to the facts.
If true, this puts us all in graver danger than we have realized:
Despite all the evidence, our president chooses to focus on a largely non-existent problem as the greatest threat of all:
I’m sure the terrorists are running scared:
If anyone had told you seven years ago that we would be where we are today, you wouldn’t have believed it. We are living in a theater of the absurd.